词形变化 boots booting booted
to boot 并且
boot camp 训练营地
get the boot v. 被解雇,被开除
boot up 启动
boot out 逐出,撵走
give someone the boot 开除某人
the boot 解雇
put the boot in 猛踢
football boot 足球鞋
moon boot n. 厚垫防寒靴
I'll put the luggage in the boot.
However, it is possible to set up a boot floppy to start Linux from these drives.
She got the boot for stealing money.
I found a little cat sleeping in the boot of my car.
A dent in the boot of my car
When doing so, ensure that joint boot is not damaged by eccentric.
1. a type of shoe that covers all of your foot and part of your leg. You often wear boots to protect your feet and legs, for example from snow or rain; a type of shoe that you wear for a particular sport
2. an object that is put on one of the wheels of a car to prevent the driver moving it. Boots are used by the police and by private companies to stop drivers parking illegally.
3. the trunk of a car
1. to kick something or someone hard
2. if a computer boots, or if you boot it, it starts working and becomes ready to use